Re: Correcting a prior error
equal to 0, but can be retrieved as (.//*).
I think I would use
<xsl:key name="p" match="*"> <xsl:number level="any" count="*" from="/"/> </xsl:key>
<xsl:variable name="posn"> <xsl:number level="any" count="*" from="/"/> </xsl:variable>
<xsl:variable name="val" select="document($src)/key('p', $posn)"/>
On 30/07/2010 09:44, Dave Pawson wrote:
I've been working with a series of xhtml like files, cleaning them up. It was a case of run an identity tranform, apply corrections. That was the theory. Luckily I kept a backup. I hastily created an incorrect version of the identity transform which omitted to copy the contents of any attributes.
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